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Case Studies

UNSW Law is proud of its researchers’ engagement with the wider community in ways that assist in finding creative solutions to complex real-world problems. Here you will find just a small selection of the high impact work being undertaken in the Faculty.
 

Case StudiesLaw reform and legal education in Myanmar
UNSW Law has a strong record of collaboration and engagement on a wide range of issues related to law reform and legal education in Myanmar. [more]

Case StudiesWorldwide financial services delivery
Professor Ross Buckley, Scientia Professor and CIFR King & Wood Mallesons Chair in International Finance Law, has an impressive track record in tackling pressing problems in the delivery of financial services across the world. His current work includes a project funded by the United Nations Capital Development Fund focused on how best to regulate the delivery of financial services over mobile devices in least developed countries. [more]

Case StudiesLegal and regulatory frameworks for social entrepreneurs
UNSW Law researchers have been helping shape the legal and regulatory environment for ‘new economy’ innovations with a social and ecological focus. [more]

Case StudiesData to Decisions
Four researchers at UNSW Law (Professor Janet Chan, Associate Professor Lyria Bennett Moses, Dr Alana Maurushat and Mr David Vaile) have been working with Deakin Law School and La Trobe Law School, as well as an extensive technical team from nine universities, users and policymakers from six government agencies and commercial vendors of data storage and analytic tools in the multi-million dollar Data to Decisions Co-operative Research Centre (www.d2dcrc.com.au). [more]